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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1932.
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morning. The two men were work
ing at the forge. Some welding
was being done and a spark from
the heated metal apparently fell in
to a can of gasoline which caused
the explosion. A physician was
called from Heppner. He gave first
aid and later Mr. Mason was taken
to the Heppner hospital by ambu
lance. The young man was his fathers
assistant on thte Rhea creek ranch
and he had gone to the Kincaid
ranch only a short time before the
accident occurred to assist in get
ting ready for a fishing trip which
he and his two cousins, Harold Kin
caid and Louis Buschke, were to
Out of town relatives who were
here for the funeral services were
the mother, Mrs. Mary C. Mason of
Pendleton, and the brother, Frank
Mason, Jr., who is a student at Wil
lamette University. A half brother,
George Ulysses Rainey of Los An
geles, and a half sister, Mrs. Doro
thy Moore of Seattle, were unable
to be present.
Oliver Kincaid received bad
burns on his hands and suffered a
severe financial loss in the fire at
his ranch Friday morning which
caused the death of his nephew,
Ralph Mason. The building was
destroyed as was also a quantity
of sacked wheat, two gasoline en-
D-ines and tools valued at three
Acting in hearty cooperation with
the school board in an endeavor to
cut the expenses of the school the
senior class this year presented the
pageant, "The Gateway," instead
of hiring an out-of-town speaker
for commencement night, Thurs-
Aav Mav 19. The pageant was a
success in every way and was en
thusiastically received by an au
dience that filled the school audi
torium. All those who took part in
the showy exhibition, set off by the
beautiful stage setting and colored
lie-hts. as well as the instructors
who Dlanned and coached the affair
merit much praise. Special musical
numbers which were also well re
ceived were a clarinet solo by Clara
Nelson and vocal duet by Minnie
Normovle and Joel Engelman,
Mrs. Earl Blake, chairman of
the educational board, presented
diplomas to the following: Dorr Ma
son, Norton Lundell, Francis Ely,
Joel Engelman, Ralph Thompsen
Paul Smouse, Ralph Gibson, Nor-
man Everson, Opal Finn, Muriel
Patterson, Clara Nelson, Hazel Pet
tyjohn, Minnie Normoyle, Jeanne
Huston. At the time of presenta
tion of diplomas, Mrs. Blake an
nounced that the honor of being
salutatorian of the class went to
Clara Nelson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Nelson, and the honor
v of being valedictorian went to
Ralph Thompsen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nicholi Thompsen. The class
motto chosen by the class of 1932
is "Rowing, Not Drifting;" the
class colors, blue and gold; the class
flower, daffodil. Following the pro
gram Thursday evening there was
an informal reception in honor of
the graduating class.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Grimes left
Sunday for two weeks' fishing at
Waldport From Portland they
were accompanied by Mrs. Grimes'
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Pyle.
The teachers of our schools were
bidding good-bye to their pupils
and friends Monday and Tuesday
and were departing for their homes.
The most of them delayed their de
parture for several hours that they
might attend the funeral services
for Ralph Mason who was an lone
Two trucks conveyed the mem
bers of the high school and their
teachers to the mountains Friday
for the annual picnic. The jolly
crowd left town at an early hour,
cooking their breakfast over a
camp fire after reaching their des
tination, which was the French
ranch above Hardman. Although
heavy rain fell in the lone district
that day, the picnickers report
pleasant weather at the camp
ground. Most of the drive home
however, was made in the rain, but
this only added to the fun of the
Junior Stefani was five years old
Friday. May 13, and in celebration
of the event, his mother, Mrs. A. E.
Stefani, assisted by Miss Norma
Swanson, gave a children's party at
the pleasant Stefani home on Third
street. The young folks played
games and did full justice to the
delicious sandwiches and punch, ice
cream and cake, which were served
by Mrs. Stefani and Miss Swanson
Besides the honoree, children pres
ent were Glen Warfleld, Billy Eu
banks, Katherine Turner, Raymond
Turner, Billy Swanson, Maryanne
Corley, Walter Corley, Maxine Al
lyn, Dorothy Farrens, Paul Riet
mann and Gene Rietmann. Master
Junior received many nice presents
from his little friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Esper Hansen of
Portland were week-end guests at
the home of Mrs. Hansen's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Engelman,
Mrs. Ralph Harris was a busi
ness visitor in The Dalles Thursday
of last week.
F. H. Watts motored to The Dal
les one day last week. He went
down to bring Mrs. Watts home,
She had been in The Dalles several
days to attend the graduation of
her younger son.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bobison and
Mrs. Loren Hale motored to Port
land Monday, returning Thursday
Guyla Mae Cason and Bobby Ca
son of Arlington are visiting their
grandmother, Mrs. Lana Padberg
and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Battersby,
former residents of lone, now mak
ing Portland their home, drove up
to attend the funeral services held
Monday for Ralph Mason. Mr. and
Mrs. Battersby will remain In lone
until after Decoration Day, They
ere house guests at the John Bry
Wesley McNabb returned Satur
day to lone after an absence of al
most two years. His wanderings
took him as far east as the West
Central states. In going he went
down the Pacific Coast into Califor
nia, thence east to Missouri and
Iowa. In Iowa he spent much time
at the homes of relatives, Mrs.
Pearl Drew and Miss Jennie Mc
Nabb, and others, who reside at
Delta. On the return trip he came
through Minnesota, the Dakotas,
Montana, etc. He visited at the
home of his sister, Mrs. Charles
Jewell at Pasco, Wash., and Mr.
and Mrs. Jewell and son, Billy, ac
companied him to lone Saturday.
The Jewells returned home Sun
day, after an over-night visit at the
home of Mrs. Jewell s -mother, Mrs.
Alice McNabb. Coming to lone
with Mr. McNabb was his cousin,
Earl Knox of Stotebury, Missouri.
This is Mr. Knox's first visit in the
west. Mr. McNabb states that he
found old man depression stalking
abroad alike throughout all the
territory he visited
berg of Arlington drove to lone on
Thursday of last week for a day's
visit with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Lonnie Ritchie left last
week for a ten days' visit in Port
land and Vernonia. At the latter
place she visited her two daugh
ters, Mrs. Elster Williams and Hrs.
CHl'CH OF CHRIST.
JOEL R. BENTON. Minister.
Mrs. J. O. Turner, Director of Music.
9:45 A. M.
... 7 o'clock
8 o clocK
Senior and Junior C E
Choir rehearsal. Wed. eve., 8 o'clock
Church Night. Thurs. eve. 8 o'clock
The Search for the Hidden.
"The kingdom of heaven is like
unto a treasure hid in a field; the
which, when a man hath found, he
hideth, and for joy thereof goeth
and selleth all that he hath, and
buveth that field." Matt 13-44.
Manv thines God
Mrs. Guy Cason and Mrs, Gillen- from us Not tnat He does not want
us to nave tnem. mere aic en.
least two reasons for this.
First. He hides some things from
us so that we may have the refining
disciDllne of searching for them. A
refining, wholesome enect results
from the effort to discover hidedn
A true story is related, ot an oia
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shipley who nhvsician in the mountain section
have been living in the Balcomb nf the. South, who cured a neurotic
house on Second street, moved last patient by taking him day after
ween 10 uie jan juurrajr uouse on jay on an alleged hunt tor a sup
the same street nnswl certain rjlant which would
The Willing Workers of the -ffBrt a alrl. for the Datient: finally
Christian church will give a silver af ter long-continued search the pa-
tea weanesuay tuiernoon, june isi, tjent assisted by the faithtul, oiq
at the home of Mrs. Ernest Ship- physician, came to a realization
ley. Everyone is Invited to attend. tht hp CUred bv the healthful
Mrs. Oscar Cochran returned on eXercise of mountain climbing, day
Sunday to her home here after sev- after dav. and his physical labor in
eral weeks spent at the home of hunting for the supposed cure,
her daughter Mrs. Sam Warfleld at Second. God hides things in order
La Cross, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. we may enjoy the keen delight
Warfleld brought her as far as Wal- 0f discovery. It has often been a
la Walla where she was met by her question of debate whether there is
two sons, niiucr ui xone ana vvai- m0re pleasure in pursuit or in pos
ter of Arlington. session; however that may be, the
Considerable rain fell in the lone treasure of discovery is enhanced
district Friday and Saturday, and DV nrevious search.
it is reported that the rain in the Things we get easily are usually
Gooseberry and Black Horse dis- esteemed lightly. If all the dia
tricts was accompanied by hail. monds of the gem markets of the
Our little city is at its best dur- worid were thrown into the chan-
ing the month of May with its well neis 0I trade at any one given time,
kept lawns, its beautiful flowers diamonds would be far from the
and tree lined streets. At present
the air is heavy with the perfume
of the locust trees which came into
full bloom over a week ago.
The American Legion folks are
giving another of their dances Sat
urday night, May 28, in Legion hall.
A good time is promised all who at
"Solid Man" Adopts His Secretary
He' 86 pears fld, William MuMoon, who was known in his wrestling
days, sixty years ago, as "MuMoon, the Solid Man." He is a member of the
lew York State Athletic Commission, and he has just adopted his secretary,
llBss Margaret V. Farreu, 43, because he has no legal heirs and wants to
Jeave her his property.
rare and valuable jewels they are
now esteemed to be.
The rarest flower on earth grows
on the Swiss Alp heights and it de
rives its value from the fact that
only the most daring hand can
pluck it. If everything could be
obtained without searching, without
tend. That night will mark the effort, life would become superficial
close of the poppy sale the pro- and we would miss half the fascin-
ceeds of which go for relief work ation of living.
among the disabled World War vet- We have to dig for the rarest
erans and their families. The local treasures thus are diamonds ob
Auxiliary has three hundred of the tained, and because of the expense
little red flowers for sale. Have of digging and protecting the stones
you bought yours? taken from the depths of the earth,
Memorial Day will be observed in 0nly a limited number, from time
CLUB MEMBERS RETURN.
"The people of Klamath Falls
proved themselves to be right roy
al entertainers," is the unanimous
expression of the delegates from
Heppner Business and Profession
al Womens club, who attended the
state convention held in the south
Oregon metropolis over the week
end. There seemed to be nothing
too good for the delegates who
were given every possible consid
eration at all times and by a wel-J
come that was sincere and genuine.
Those attending from here were
Lucy E. Rodgers who is president
of the local club, Mesdames W. P.
Mahoney and W. O. Dix and the
Misses Gertrude Doherty, Lucille
McDuffee and Madge Coppock. A
visit to Crater lake was part of the
entertainment and luncheon was
served there on unday. The Hepp
ner club wa3 honored in having one
of its members, Miss Helen Curran,
elected as one of the directors of
the state organization.
HOBO GETS FOOT CUT OFF.
The Morrow county court was
notified by C. Darbee, depot agent
this morning that a man who had
apparently been riding the rods on
a main line train was found beside
the tracks in the north end of the
county with a foot cut off. It is
supposed that it was cut off by car
wheels. The man is being held at
Umatilla awaiting action of the
80 head of pigs to sell at $1 each
if taken at once. Frank Swaggart,
Lena, Ore. 6-tf.
lone by a program given under the
auspices of the American Legion
and Legion auxiliary. The exer
cises will be in Legion hall at two
o'clock p. m. A cordial invitation
to attend is extended to all.
to time, are put on the world dia
mond market. The things of great
est worth cannot be obtained with
out sacrifice. For every pearl that
ever graced a queen's crown some
daring diver had to risk his life
John Louy and William McDon- beneath the waves.
aid are representing the Odd Fel- The same principle applies in the
lows lodge of lone at the grand spiritual realm. "The kingdom of
lodge assembly in session this week heaven is like unto a treasure hid
at Eugene. We understand that in a field.' "Ask," "Seek," 'Knock,"
Elvin Ely is the delegate from the are the key words which unlock the
Morgan lodge. Mrs. Ely accompan- doors to the divine kingdom of
ied Mr. Ely on the trip. truth and righteousness. "Search
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lundell, Mr. the Scriptures." It is only by earn
and Mrs. Lee Howell and Mr. and est searching that we can discover
Mrs. Ernest Heliker motored to the hidden things of God s Word
Pendleton Saturday to attend the and His Kingdom, and make them
meeting of Odd Fellows and to hear our own.
the address of Frank Martin, Past
Grand Sire, I. O. O. F., Sovereign
Grand Lodge of the World
lone won a 4 to 2 victory over
the Rufus-Blalock team on the
home diamond Sunday,
Mrs. H. E. Cool is suffering with Day the sermon topics will be, (hav-
a badly sprained left arm. She re- ing in mind Memorial May, Mon-
ceived her injury at the Juniper day, May 30,) for the morning ser-
dance hall the night of the 4-H club
dance when she stepped from an
open doorway unaware that the
steps leading from the door had
Carl Troedson left Tuesday for
King City, Calif., to resume his
.'ork in the warehouse where he
has had employment for several
Cole Smith, former resident of
lone, is greeting friends on the
streets this week.
Jack Farris has purchased up
to-date furnishings for an ice
cream parlor and as fast as time
will permit is remodeling the inter
ior of his building and installing
the equipment. He plans on hav
ng a formal opening when all is in
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shipley left
CARD OF THANKS.
We are sincerely grateful to all
the neighbors and friends for their
expressions of sympathy, their
kindly assistance and for the many
beautiful floral offerings; and to
Willows Grange for its ministra
tions in our bereavement.
F. E. MASON,
MARY C. MASON,
FRANK MASON, Jr.
Creek ranch to
creek; 625 acres.
rent on Rhea
Try a G. T. Want Ad.
Prepared the way
you like them
any time ,
GILLIAM FIGURES GIVEN.
The vote for state representative
in Gilliam county was tabulated as
follows: Earl Snell 381, J. O. Tur
ner 194, E. E. Rugg 118, P. N.
Shown 163. The unofficial total
count for the district, comprising
Morrow, Gilliam, Sherman and
Wheeler counties, was bnell ioji.
Turner 1149, Rugg 674, Shown 814.
The Sherman county vote was
Snell 413, Turner 274, Shown 175,
Rues 92: Wheeler county, onen
426, Turner 200, Rugg 101, Shown
COMPLIMENTED ON POEMS.
In a communication from Dor-
ranee & Company, publishers, tnis
week Dr. A. B. Gray of this city
was complimented on a group of
poems which he had submitted to
that company for approval. ii
they should be given the oppor
tunity to publish the work of Dr.
Gray, the letter stated they would
be included in the "Dorrance Shelf
Claude Hill, Heppner high school
graduate with the clas of '32, who
received the Norton Winnard Me
morial award at the recent gradua
tion exercises, this week received
a scholarship from Pacific univer
sity at Forest Grove. The scholar
ship entitles him to one-half year's
tuition in the amount of $75. Claude
expects to enter Pacific university
in the fall.
Glen Young, young Eight Mile
farmer, was brought to Heppner
hospital yesterday by the Case am
bulance suffering perforations of
the stomach. He underwent an
emergency operation immediately
at Heppner hospital, and his con
dition is reported as critical.
ATTENTION SCHOOL BAND.
The high school band will meet
for practice Wednesday evening,
June 1st, at 7:30 in the gymnasium
building. Full membership urged
to be present, and each member
bring music. J. T. Lumley will be
present to assist in the practice.
Try a Gazette Times Want Ad.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS
Stockholders of the Lexington
Farmers Warehouse Company are
hereby notified that the annual
meeting of the company will be held
at its office in Lexington, Oregon,
at 2:00 o'clock p. m., Saturday, June
4, 1932, for the purpose of electing
one director, and the transaction of
such other business as may legally
come before the meeting.
S. J. DEVINE, President.
10-12 GEO. N. PECK, Secretary.
ED CHINN, Prop.
TERMS ARE REASONABLE
See FRANK TURNER
If you have not a Church home
we invite you, earnestly a..a cor
dially, to come and worship with
us. Come to the Bible School and
then remain for the services of
worship. For the coming Lord's
vice, The Message or sacrince,
For the evening service, "Pivot Bat
tles of Life."
Sunday, May 29th.
First Sunday after Trinity.
9:45 a. m., Church School.
11:00 a. m., Morning Prayer and
6:00 p. m., Young People's Fel
Tuesday, May 31st.
2:30 p. m., Guild meeting. Talk
by Mrs. Remington.
8:00 p. m., Evening prayer and
Confirmation. Sermon by Bishop
Bishop Remington Here May 31st.
The Rt Rev. Wm. P. Remington,
Wednesday for a few days visit Bishop of Eastern Oregon, win nom
with Mrs. Shinlev's neoDle at Los- a Service of Evening Prayer and
tine Confirmation next Tuesday evening
The Harlan McCurdy family have at All Saint's Episcopal church, at
moved to the Davidson ranch for eignt ociock. Jisnop .nemingion
the summer. will also preach a sermon at that
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Tucker service. Everyone is welcome, and
left Tuesday for Astoria, the home it is hoped that many will attend
of Mr. Tucker's people. Mrs. Tuck- this service to near nis message.
er will leave shortly for the home Mrs. Remington will accompany
of her parents at Lander. Wyom- the Bishop to Heppner and will
ing, where Mr. Tucker will join her speak to the Guild women and tneir
later in the summer. guests in tne aiternoon, at t-.w.
Mrs. Victor Peterson was hostess Tea will be served by the girls of
to the Topic club Saturday night at the Y. P. F.
her apartments in the Harris
building. Nine tables of bridge
were at play. High scores were
made by M)rs. Earl Blake and D.
M. Ward; low by Mrs. Edward Lin-
deken and George Tucker. Spring
flowers were used for decorations
and delicious refreshments were went much as Morrow county aid,
served, with Henry J. Bean leading the
A large delegation of Eastern field for position number two, and
Slur mpmhers attended the district J. O. Bailey apparently having a
meeting at Heppner May 18th. Ar- majority required to elect ror posi
lineton was also a visiting chap- tlon number three on the state su
ter. The three chapters, Heppner, preme court bench. Bean does not
lone and Arlington exemplified the hold the majority required to elect
ritualistic work for the inspection and returns indicate tnat a run-orr
of Mrs. Minnie White, Worthy election In the rail will be necessary
Grand Matron, who was present. to decide Between mm ana fiewitt,
who is in second place. Tne Mor-
(i II, LI AM WOMEN INVITE. row county vote was as follows:
mv, t .io- w,io. nn For position number two: Bean 668,
iary of Condon extend an Invitation Brand 89. Hewitt 127, McCulloch
. i , j 87; fnr Tins t on number three: Bai-
to Morrow couniy wuoigrowers ana- ' ---
friends to attend anionic to be hed,":y uuo
COUNTY AND STATE
PREFER SAME MEN
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by them next Sunday, May 29, on
the J. B. Huddleston ranch one
mile above Lone Rock. "Come and
bring a basket lunch," they say In
a note to the Gazette Times.
3 years for $5 where can you get
more for your money?-The O. T.
GOOD PAY STEADY WORK
Several choice openings In Cities
and Towns for ambitious men and
women. Experience unnecessary,
We finance you if required. Write
today. Mr. Thomas, Superinten
dent, 426 Third St., Oakland, Calif,
"Within the domains of tender memory,
their sacrifice lives on. Without their cour
age, this nation could not have survived.
Keep ye the faith!"
BUY and WEAR
SATURDAY, MAY 28th
Keeping faith with the heroic dead of the
World War this year has a greater signifi
cance than ever rbefore. Countless veter
ans of that great conflict today are feeling
the pangs of suffering . not only from
wounds but from present economic condi
tions as well. They're in need of a HELP
Once, they too, gave unselfishly for our
Peace and Happiness. Many gave life it
self. 'Tis little .enough we can do in return
now by opening our hearts and our purses
and BUYING A POPPY. Keep ye the
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
Circulate Ofour JVioney in Of our Own Community
SPRINGTIME IS SALAD TIME
Stuffed Peach Salad (Recipe by the Good
Housekeeping Institute) 1-4 lb. nut
meats chopped; 1-2 lb. pittetd Red &
White elates; 1 small bottle Red & White
Maraschino cherries, chopped; 6 Red &
White peach halves; 1 head lettuce; Red
& White Mayonnaise.
Mix together the chopped nut meats, dates and cherries.
Add enough juice from the cherries to make a stiff
paste. Form this mixture into balls the size and shape
of peach stones, and fill the center of the poaches. Use
one-half peach to each serving. Serve on lettuce and top
with Tied & White Mayonnaise. Serves six.
Walnutst, 2 lbs. fancy walnuts 63c
DATES, fancy, package 17c
Maaschino Cherries, bottle 13c
Fancv Red & White Peaches, 2 1-2 lb. can 21c
Red & White MAYONNAISE, pint 27c
1-lb. box Graham Crackers (play ball free) 25c
Fresh Fruits and Vegeables Kept Fresh by
our up-to-date cooling system
Make our Store Chautauqua Headquarers
Quality Always Higher Than Price
Beginning January 1st, all evening admissions 40c for adults and
20c for children. Sunday Matinee at 2:00 p. m., one showing only,
30c and 15c.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY 26 and 27:
CHICK SALE In
with little Dickie Moore; a nice, homey picture from that fine story
"Old Man Minnick," and the picture originally released under that
Also Laurel & Hardy In HELPMATES and PAT1IE NEWS.
SATURDAY, MAY 28:
DOLORES DEL RIO and LEO CARRILLO In
"GIRL OF THE RIO"
"De bes, Caballero in al Mexico" and a girl, but what a girl.
Also CHAIN GANG (Mickey Mouse) STARUIMGIIT DIAM
ONDS (Hums Mystery DIVE IN (Sport Keel). '
SUNDAY and MONDAY, MAY 29 and 30:
WILL ROGERS In
With Greta Nisson and Mnrgueritet Churchill. Our unofficial am
bassador" becomes the official ambassador of laughtetr. Where
there's a WILL there's gayety. He'll split your sides with laughter.
Also HOT DOG (Tarklngton Comedy) PATHE NEWS Rip
ley's BELIEVE IT OR NOT.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, May 31- June L,
RICHARD BARTHELMESS In
"ALIAS THE DOCTOR"
With Marian Mjirsh and Norman Foster. A long time between
Bfti'thelmess pictures, but this one worth waiting for Richard in
the role of a surgeon, does some superb acting.
Also the Tiffany Chimps In BROADCASTING.